Victoria Harbour is a natural landform harbor separating Hong Kong Island in the south from the Kowloon Peninsular to the north. The harbour’s deep, sheltered waters, and strategic location on the South China Sea were instrumental in Hong Kong establishment as a British colony and its subsequent development as a trading centre.
The Murray House is a Victorian-era building in Stanley, Hong Kong. Built in the present-day business district of Central in 1844 as a Military Officers’ quarters of the Murray Barracks, the building was moved to the south of Hong Kong Island during the 2000s. This iconic landmark building now houses a delectable range of restaurants […]
PMQ is the landmark of creative and design industries, housing over 100 Hong Kong emerging designers. In 2014, PMQ was revitalized and transformed into creative hub with a variety of design situation and workshops, showcasing a wide array of lifestyle goods and creative products. PMQ has now become an interactive platform fostering a community of […]
Master Ricky Cheung, a caring, cheerful and responsible father, devoted most of his life in mahjong manufacturing industry until the ‘Fuk Hing Lung’ Mahjong manufacturing factory’ could not be kept afloat with the economic turmoil after 2000s in Hong Kong. Having almost 40 years hand-carved mahjong tile experience, he started learning hand-carved and hand-painted tiles […]
Life in old Kowloon City of Hong Kong and the beautiful Caribbean island of Aruba could not be more different. But for the Chinese communities living here or working abroad, there are common values people taken with them which allows them to adapt and thrive. Spending part of her childhood in these totally different places […]
Hong Kong lives for seafood. This city is built overlooking a harbor. There are fish farms on the outer islands, and a trawler fleet based in Cheung Chau. Surrounded by the sea, we serve one of the freshest seafood in the world. Love sketching these seafood and love to see their colorful appearance.